Campbell Collections

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Apron worn by married women from Ndwedwe

Apron cloth applique work worn by married women from Ndwedwe c1988-9

Apron worn by married women from eMabomvini clan uMsinga c1970

Apron worn by married women from eMabomvin clan uMsinga c1970s

Apron worn by married woman of the Mabaso clan of Msinga c1950-1960

Apron worn by married woman of the Mabaso clan of Msinga c1950-1960's "Itete"

Apron worn by married Bhaca women of uMzimkhulu

Apron towel of certain colours (yellow the colour of pumpkin, green is colour of pumpkin leaves and mealies (favourite food) and black for madumbes. Worn by married Bhaca woman to first fruit ceremonies (hence colour reference) in the uMzimkhulu area 1984. Ithawula.

Apron worn by girls and married women of Southern Natal around Durban

Apron with beaded cloth edge and single beads along sides. Possibly Southern Natal or Natal around Durban areas, c1900. Such cloths were worn by both girls and married women either as breast cover or as a cape/ shoulder cover (for reference see Marriannhill Mission photographs).

Apron worn by engaged Khuze girl of Highflats, 1983

Apron front cloth with applicique and plastic beading. Worn as an apron by an engaged girl who is on a trial marriage visit to her future in-laws family. 

Apron worn by Bhaca married worn from Hela Hela or Helele area, by Mtholo family 1989-90

Apron with plastic beadwork edge worn by married Bhaca women over isidwaba in the KwaMadakana (Hela-Hela or Helele) area Richmond by Mtolo family 1989-90

Apron heavily beaded worn by women from KwaMaphumulo

Apron cloth heavily applied beading formed in rows atitched to cloth. Typical of Maphumulo Zulu c1980s 

Apron heavily beaded worn by women from Amangwane married women, c1970-1980

Apron cloth with beaded edge. Worn by Amangwane married women as front aprons over their leather isidwaba in the Drakensberg area c1970-80

Apron front worn by married women from Ndwedwe, 1970-80

Apron front with large 'Basuto' glass bead edge c1970-80 worn by married women from Ndwedwe 

Apron cloth with wool croohet work edge and silk-thread fringe. Worn by young married woman or bride as a respecting apron from Mbangweni near Muden c1970

Apron cloth with wool crocthet and silk-thread fringe. Worn by young woman as a respecting apron from Mbangweni near Muden c1970.

Apron cloth beaded with alphabetical motif worn by married women from Ndwedwe c1989-90

Apron cloth beaded with alphabetical motifs worn by married Zulu woman as front apron for special occassions, termed uTshodo, from Ndwedwe c1980-90

Apron by L. Dike

Apron by L. Dike, Mt Arthur Training School Transkei, 20.9.1961

Apron black cloth with beading for married Bhaca women from uMzimkhulu 1984

Apron black cloth with beaded edge. Worn by married Bhaca women in uMzimkhulu area 1984. Worn under breast cloth and over red apron.(indwangu emnyama)

Apron black cloth with beading for engaged Bhaca women of Himeville, 1960-1980

Apron black cloth with beading. Worn by engaged girl. Dressed for trial marriage visit to future in-laws. Bhaca of Himeville 1960-1980. Umshashalazo (shashalazi(i, ii)- clear spot-pg. 733, Doke and Vilakazi Zulu-English Dictionary, 1948.

Applique cloth (Wool and embroidery)

Appique cloth.

Antelope

WCP 1523

Anstey's building, a Johannesburg landmark

Anstey's building, a Johannesburg landmark

Animals: Lion, cattles, bucks

Animals

Animals

WCP 2153 Animals by Mathebula Louis

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